Kaylee Tejeda received both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Mathematics from the University of New Mexico. He currently teaches undergraduate mathematics courses at Central New Mexico Community College. He spends the little spare time he has honing his programming skills by volunteering as webmaster for several private and non-profit organizations.
Kaylee is excited about being the primary instructor at MathCamp4Adults, as it allows him to explore topics that aren’t normally covered in the traditional college mathematics curriculum. He is especially looking forward to being able to create an exploratory learning environment where participants can discover solutions on their own or working in small groups. He has many years of experience as a tutor in addition to being a traditional instructor, so he is equally comfortable lecturing in front of large groups and working patiently through tough problems with small groups and one-on-one.
Andy Klee recently retired from a 28-year career working with JD Edwards ERP software. He has consistently created great training opportunities for JDE clients, and he brings that skill along with a passion for mathematics to MathCamp4Adults.
Andy started out majoring in Mathematics while at the University of Michigan, but then detoured to teaching and a career in IT. Being retired has given him the gift of time to get back to his first love. He started taking math classes again in 2017, where he met Kaylee and was impressed with both his teaching and his desire to go deeper than the standard curriculum allowed.
The first MathCamp4Adults was held Summer 2017, attracting nine math enthusiasts, who each flew into Albuquerque for the four day camp.
Email Andy at Andy.Klee@MathCamp4Adults.com
We are looking forward to meeting the math enthusiasts who sign up for the 2018 camps.